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REWIND

In 1985, if you weren’t playing Pong, you might have been making music with a hot new home computer, with musical aspirations: the Atari ST Computer.

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ATARI ST COMPUTER

Belonging to the generation that can remember a time when the only way to sequence music was with a hardware device, I can remember the excitement of an age of music technology that would change the way studios worked forever. It arrived with one of the most ubiquitous and influential machines, beginning its existence in a very precarious setting, with a company on the brink of bankruptcy.

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About MusicTech

Over the past 20 years the internet has transformed the world of music-making. Sharing our works-in-progress or collaborating with people around the globe is but a click away. But what if you've never done this before? Assembling the correct tools to begin doing this easily is the bedrock of this month’s cover feature, where we highlight the essential techniques, tips and resources to start composing in the Cloud. Elsewhere this issue, we speak to video game composer Jesper Kyd, whose impressive credits include many key games in the popular Hitman and Assassin’s Creed franchises. Kicking off our review section, we bring you an exclusive look at Yamaha's new MODX 6 – and discover it to be a wonderfully featured instrument that innovates on many levels. We also have our usual plethora of tutorials covering all the major DAWs, an essential guide to mixing that deconstructs that most crucial of processes, helpful gear-guides and more. I hope you enjoy the issue.